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Archipod

In need of a home office but out of space in your home to create an ideal work area? Well, if you don't mind working in a circular, seed-like structure, the Archipod ($40,000) could be just what you're looking for. This spherical workstation measures 12.5 feet in diameter and 8.25 feet high, with a steel-framed porthole window on the side for a view of the outdoors, a 6-foot diameter clear polycarbonate dome on top to let in fresh air on warm days, an integrated electric heater to keep things livable when it's cold, a locking gull-wing door for entrance, electrical outlets for connection of computers and other electronic necessities, and a smooth, fully plastered and painted white interior that features no visible joints and belies the earthy friendliness of its Western Red Cedar-shingled exterior.

  • Amityville Horror House

    Some homes have a history, but few are as well-known or horrifying as the Amityville Horror House ($1.15 million). Formerly listed as 112 Ocean Ave., this gorgeous Dutch Colonial was the site where Ronald DeFeo Jr. brutally killed six family members as they slept in 1974. Hauntings reported by later owners led to the bestselling 1977 book The Amityville Horror ($8) and the subsequent movie series. Features include a finished basement, large deck with views of the Amityville River, a renovated boat house, a central stereo system, and the chance for some supernatural houseguests. [Photo: Getty Images]

  • Field of Dreams Farm

    You can now own a little — okay, actually really big — piece of movie memorabilia by purchasing the Field of Dreams Farm ($5.4 million). This 193-acre property includes the baseball field and two-bedroom, 1.5 bath farmhouse seen in the 1989 film, two souvenir stands, and six other assorted farm buildings. With approximately 65,000 movie buffs visiting the site each year, it's a modest tourist attraction, along with actually being a farm. If you build buy it, they will come.